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Massachusetts museum returns sacred items to Sioux tribes (nbcnews.com)

Leola One Feather, right, of the Oglala Sioux Tribe in South Dakota on July 19, 2022, at the Founders Museum in Barre, Mass. Phil Marcelo / AP file To read the Associated Press article, please click here. About 150 artifacts considered sacred by the Lakota Sioux peoples are being returned to them after being stored at a small Massachusetts museum for more than a century. Members of the Oglala Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux Tribes traveled from South Dakota to take custody of the weapons,...

40 Acres and a School - Fundraising for Black Liberation in Massachusetts

I am a member of Done for DiDi: White Labor Collective - an international direct giving collective instructed by Black women and non-men organizers and executed by a network of white labor. We are redistributing white wealth - money, land, time, skills, and resources - to Black women and non-men. I’m sharing with your group the opportunity to participate and amplify an incredible campaign called 40 Acres and a School. The project is led by DiDi Delgado and Black Marginalized Genders (MaGes).

Teen Girls Need Better Public Spaces to Hang Out [bloomberg.com]

By Alexandra Lange, for Bloomberg CityLab, May 28th, 2021 When the playscape Swing Time popped up in Boston in 2014, visitors started having too much fun. The 20 hoop-shaped swings suspended from a white shade structure light up when in use, glowing purple with vigorous motion. Its creators at Höweler + Yoon Architecture had imagined people would swing in ones and twos. Instead groups tried to pile on together, hoping to share the sway and have a conversation. Susannah Walker, co-founder of...

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